just call him aceJust call him "Ace" - that is, for the sixth time. Yep, John Albree, a resident of Tryon Estates in Columbus, N.C., hit another hole-in-one last Friday at Tryon Country Club. That, for folks not familiar with the game, is when the ball is hit from the tee and it goes directly into the hole - this time 126 yards away. That makes five holes-in-one at Tryon Country Club over the past 30 months. His first hole-in-one occurred March 3, 1986, at Duck Woods Country Club on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. "This latest," says Mr. Albree, "was made on the 18th hole. I used my Taylor Made 7 wood. My playing partners were the president of Tryon Country Club, Jerry Perry, and my friend and frequent partner, Bill Basye. The two PGA professionals at Tryon Country Club are Gerald Weathers and Buddy Manson, and they think hitting five holes-in-one in a 30-month period is remarkable. For an 85-year-old retired Army officer, I am humbled and thrilled to still have the opportunity to play golf at Tryon Country Club at least three days per week, weather permitting."